MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis

MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis
As a person with MS, I bring a personal commitment to the work I do.

Friday, October 26, 2012

This is my MS Life!

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that is potentially disabling, physically and psychologically.

As a patient expert  This is my MS Life!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Accepting Your Multiple Sclerosis MS Diagnosis

   
   Accepting your Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis doesn't mean resigning yourself to a lifetime of suffering. Taking care of your body should be first on your list.
   I am an MS Patient diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1997. You can believe me when I say I understand how debilitating, unpredictable, all-consuming and frustrating this chronic disease can be.
   Please know that you are not alone with this disease. Multiple Sclerosis can live silently, being unpredictable and will rear it's ugly head when you least expect it. You can be all consumed with learning all you can about Multiple Sclerosis. Symptoms can be frustrating because it isn't always MS.
   NO Multiple Sclerosis is not curable but it IS treatable.

As a person with MS, I bring a personal commitment to the work I do.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

NOT TO WORRY I'M OK!




   I have Multiple Sclerosis with occasional balance issues. Who knew I would have to learn how to fall so that I would not get hurt. 
   My first public fall occurred while taking a walk with my husband. It was a beautiful early evening stroll walking in our neighborhood. We were walking on the sidewalk enjoying the cool summer breeze when the tip of my foot connected with a slightly raised piece of cement. Well that is all it took to lose my balance. As I start to fall in SLOW MOTION  I couldn't recover! I am falling and I know I'm going down! The neighbors gasp! My husband can't help! I need to do this my own way! Don't get stiff! Let yourself become a rag doll! Just let yourself melt into a heap on the ground! Oh please just let me be! I catch my breath! Try to gain some composure and look to see how many people just saw me stumble and fall to the ground. 
   I am OK! Please just let me get up by myself! I roll onto my side, push myself to a sitting position, make sure I am not hurt (just my pride), slowly straighten myself into a standing position, take a deep breath, brush myself off and continue walking with my husband like nothing even happened! 

MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis
   As a person with MS, I bring a personal commitment to the work I do.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Multiple Sclerosis Brought Me Closer To GOD!

   

   It is amazing how some of us wait until we have a chronic illness to really want to know Jesus.
   When we were younger we saw illness and pain in people much older than us like our grandparents. But sooner or later we all came into direct contact with our own illness and pain.
   We often ask  'Doesn't GOD want me well'?
YES! GOD wants you well. He allows illness and pain only when He can use it for your good.
   If you have not placed your trust in Jesus Christ, now is the time. Acknowledge your sinfulness and your inability to save yourself. Believe that Jesus died on the cross for us sinners and that He rose again. Then put your trust in Him. Believe that He did it for you. He will forgive you, make you a member of His family, and give you eternal life. He will take care of you through all time and eternity.
Amen!

As a person with MS, I bring a personal commitment to the work I do.

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Why I Do What I Do

The Pisces Woman
Pisces is the most considerate and compassionate sign out of all the signs of the zodiac. In keeping with those qualities, the Pisces woman is the one who is most willing and able to listen to other people’s problems and, who will offer endless support and comfort.

Born March 12, 1955 I have experienced the Pisces Woman side of me many times. I am very proud to say that 'I Am The Listener'. I have been known to drop what I am doing to listen to one of my children's dilemmas. I am not the Preacher but the Listener. I listen to what is being said and respond with support and comfort.

So Why Do I do What I Do? I have Multiple Sclerosis MS and want to offer support and comfort to others suffering from MS as well.

I have had people thank me for what I am providing on my website: MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis. I am grateful that I am able to reach out and touch so many people in need. But Why Do I Do What I Do? Here it is short and sweet! I know what my unique offering is, MS. Nobody can feel how I do. Others may have the resources, but they don't think like I do. And I am listening and responding to your needs about MS.




MS MobilityStrength Multiple Sclerosis